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Rees, S, Cohen, D, Marfell, N and Robling, Michael 2019. Doctors' decisions when disclosing their mental ill-health. Occupational Medicine 69 (4) , pp. 258-265. 10.1093/occmed/kqz062
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Cohen, Deborah, Winstanley, Sarah and Greene, Giles 2016. Understanding doctors' attitudes towards self-disclosure of mental ill health. Occupational Medicine 66 (5) , pp. 383-389. 10.1093/occmed/kqw024

Simkiss, D. E., Snooks, H. A., Stallard, N., Kimani, P. K., Sewell, B., Fitzsimmons, D., Anthony, Rebecca Elizabeth, Winstanley, Sarah, Wilson, L., Phillips, C. J. and Stewart-Brown, S. 2013. Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a universal parenting skills programme in deprived communities: multicentre randomised controlled trial. BMJ Open 3 (8) 10.1136/bmjopen-2013-002851

Stewart-Brown, Sarah, Anthony, Rebecca, Wilson, Lynsey, Winstanley, Sarah, Stallard, Nigel, Snooks, Helen and Simkiss, Douglas 2011. Should randomised controlled trials be the "gold standard" for research on preventive interventions for children? Journal of Children's Services 6 (4) , pp. 228-235. 10.1108/17466661111190929

Simkiss, Douglas E., Snooks, Helen A., Stallard, Nigel, Davies, Shan, Thomas, Marie A., Anthony, Rebecca Elizabeth, Winstanley, Sarah, Wilson, Lynsey and Stewart-Brown, Sarah 2010. Measuring the impact and costs of a universal group based parenting programme: protocol and implementation of a trial. BMC Public Health 10 , 364. 10.1186/1471-2458-10-364

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